Bill Would Keep Grow Operations Secret

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Colorado lawmakers will vote this week to regulate the state’s medical marijuana dispensaries. The bill would allow cities and counties to ban dispensaries in their borders. It would also make pot shops close at 7 p.m. and require them to grow 70 percent of their marijuana. A provision was also included to keep locations of marijuana grows secret.

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is objecting to the secrecy provision. He said people have a right to know if their neighborhood has a grow operation. Suthers said banks and pharmacies also face the chance of theft but their locations are still known.

Local dispensary owner, Kenny Brock said theft is a concern as well as sabotage. Brock said he’s heard of cases where people had infected the marijuana plants with mites and prefers to keep his growing operation secret.

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